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    The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know (David J., Ph.D Miklowitz)

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    • Hard on the heels of Fuller Torrey and Michael B. Knable’s excellent Surviving Manic Depression: A Manual on Bipolar Disorder for Patients, Families and Providers (LJ 1/02) comes another strong title. Both books cover the origins, symptoms, and treatments for bipolar disorder, with emphasis on current medications. The main difference between the two books is that the current title by Miklowitz (psychology, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder) is intended for patients. It spends a good deal of time on issues exclusive to the sufferer how to come to terms with the diagnosis, whom to confide in, and how to recognize one’s own mood swings. More concise in its treatment of the issues just mentioned, Torrey and Knable’s title is addressed to a more general audience, spends more time reviewing the scientific evidence concerning the origins of the disease, and has a much more useful resource list. On the whole, Surviving Manic Depression would be the first choice for most libraries, with Miklowitz’s book recommended for patient education libraries and medium and large public libraries

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